Our hardworking tsundere female chef, Minchi from Hanasaku Iroha, has taken a day off from her favorite inn – she’s getting prepared to set out to enjoy a delightful day at the beach, showing off her mizugi.
Minchi certainly does look fabulous in the vibrant swimsuit she sports – tsundere as ever, she looks at us in both a manner of embarrassment, as well as dislike. She comes in the single cool color of turquoise, a hue which represents her true bright feelings rather well.
Giving this radiant dress of a mizugi some pizzazz, subtle yet effective white trim outlines her clothing which unlike the average, is neither a sukumizu nor a regular bikini. No, our tsundere boasts an outfit far more elegant than those both – a frilly delicate top like a camisole and a bottom which is basically no more than pantsu as it covers only the same area. And whilst we’re focused on them, do notice how nicely they stand out as Minchi inadvertently props out her rear, hands to her hips, oblivious to the reward we’re receiving.
Her hair is beyond amazing – it’s stylishly composed of different key points to admire. From the back a traditional Japanese knot, like a small ponytail – in the front, a series of cute bangs, and from the ends, her hair flows down below her shoulders. If you like them raunchy and wild instead, one can swap out her hair with a more loose untied style more commonly seen within the anime.
For those unfortunate few who have forgotten all about our favorite tsundere cook, she’s a sixteen year old girl who dreams of becoming a professional chef – an aspiration likely only surpassed by her romantic affections. She searched for a place to train and develop her talents – that location would be the Kissuiso, where Tohru accepted her as an apprentice chef, thus bringing a start to the story of our tsundere’s life as a cook.
This is definitely one of the better Beach Queen figures out there as its all so simple yet seductive.